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  •  While the injections are not actually painful, there is a feeling of increasing pressure as the injections are done. Dr. Weinschenk does this as carefully as is possible-he understands that this in-office procedure is not comfortable.
    Dr. Weinschenk has been my orthopedic doctor for several years now, and has done a number of surgeries on me. I have never had reason to complain about his services, his bedside manner {he has a good sense of appropriate humor}, and his staff are always very kind, and very professional.
    I have trust in him, which is important when dealing with a doctor who will be treating me for life-long problems. He has never given me bad advice, and I believe there is good communication between us. I am glad that he is one of my doctors.
    - Stephanie D.
  • First, Ms. Provider name locked. was very professional in appearance, manner and thoroughness of medical aspects. Her communications were clear and she gave the impression she cared about your well being. She took the time to explain things. She evaluated range of motion and stressed I must continue to make sure I did not let it freeze up. She set things up for options depending on the results of my MRI. When she called about it, she explained what she saw. I felt I knew what was going on. She again stressed motion while waiting to see the doctor. I felt very comfortable with her approach and would not hesitate to see her again. I can not evaluate her for anything other than screening to see the doctor but that was excellent. I will say that I felt like an individual with her. Not just another arm or shoulder.
    - Rita C.
  • As a new patient trying to see Dr. Lashgari, the office staff asked me a lot of medical questions. One of my answers triggered the statement that I had to see a Provider name locked. before I could see him. Apparently, Ms. Provider name locked. screens patients to ensure they are seeing the right doctor. So, I made an appointment with her. My experience with her was excellent. She did X-Rays to ensure no broken bones and then some mobility tests. She then prescribed an MRI and said this would be used to determine whether I needed to see Dr. Lashgari or would receive cortisone shot and do physical therapy. She made an appointment for Dr. Lashgari just in case. I had the MRI and several days later after I called to see the results, Ms. Provider name locked. called me to say she saw a significant tear and I should see Dr. Lashgari. She indicated it was a complete separation. So, I was now allowed to see the doctor. I went to my doctor appointment a week later. Except, now his assistant came in to look at my MRI and do some motion tests. One thing that irritated me was they asked me to put on a gown but the gown sleeves were too small for my large arms. She said they would find me a larger gown but they never did. We agreed it was not necessary and proceeded. I asked her what my MRI indicated and she said the doctor would discuss that. So, now I would get to see the doctor. Dr. Lashgari came in. He asked a few questions, looked at my MRI, took it down, did motion tests and asked about pain (which at the time was basically non-existent). He then said that his experience was that for patients my age (senior), the success for surgery was 50/50 at best and he thought I should try rehab first to see if I could manage without having the ligament attached. My interpretation was he did not think he could fix it and before we tried I should try this option. So, we agreed to do rehab for 6 weeks. I appreciate a surgeon who is not so eager to cut. I don't know where this will go but I will do another review and hopefully it will be all A's. I just could not do all A's from one visit where I was not sure 100% I was getting good care. I am not sure about this - well at your age bit. I am an active adult with hopefully 30 more years of good life. These doctors who give me that worry me. And as for listening to me - well he did stop himself once to ask me what I thought so, he did listen. But the fact he stopped himself and a few other things that were small made me uncomfortable about his truly listening. And I was mad at myself because I forgot to get an explanation of the MRI results. Overall, I think he is probably very good and he was just quick to see my problem. I am just surprised there are no other reviews of him. I guess this will be a work in progress. Wish me good luck.
    - Rita C.
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